Fruit trees that produce fruit in zone 9 and 10ish (less than 500 chill hours)  Tom's Picks - Winners for the Low-Chill Southwest | Dave Wilson Nursery

Fruit trees that produce fruit in zone 9 and (less than 500 chill hours) Tom's Picks - Winners for the Low-Chill Southwest

Backyard Orchard Culture -- detailed articles about planting and caring for trees -- on Dave Wilson Nursery at http://www.davewilson.com/home-gardens/backyard-orchard-culture

The objective of Backyard Orchard Culture is a prolonged harvest of tree-ripe fruit from a small space in the yard. This is accomplished by planting an assortment of fruit trees close together and keeping them small by summer pruning.

Permies: permaculture site - a big crowd of permaculture goofballs(and some really useful stuff!)

Permies: a big crowd of permaculture goofballs, cast iron ideas too, check out irrigation, and heating ideas.

Eucalyptus "Silver Dollar". like a fairy stairs, they keep their storage here ^^, just my imagination since child

Eucalyptus Seeds

A backless birdhouse that suctions to the window so you can see inside...how cool

Window bird house

How exciting to be able to watch birds build their nest and hatch their babies right from my own window. Love the simple yet sturdy construction. The natural wood can be left as is, or finished.

liatris

Blazing star liatris (Liatris spicata Floristan) Common Names: Blazing Star, Liatris, Gay Feather. Zone: Full to Partial Sun HT: inches (tall). Blooms Early Summer-Late Fall Excellent cut flowers, attracts butterflys and hummingbirds, deer resistant.

How to Grow Ginger Root From the Grocery Store by therainforestgarden #Gardening #Ginger_Root

How to Grow Ginger from Grocery Store Ginger Roots - tips and a video - via The Rainforest Garden

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